From the Peabody Institute Library Records is a speech that was given by Carrie Upton before the [Peabody] Historical Society and a letter and notes from Louise Dodge Whitaker on her research on the Peabody family, including any relatives of George Peabody still alive in 1929.
NOTE: back side/blank pages were not scanned.
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